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Friday, we have an Ivy League basketball matchup between the Brown Bears (18-10) and the Princeton Tigers (16-9). The Bears got the win at home in the matchup with the Tigers, 78-70, earlier this season. Now that Princeton is at home, it's 5-point favorites, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
It's always good to get an expert opinion before placing a wager. Let's see what some experts from around the industry are saying about this Ivy League showdown.
Brown vs Princeton Predictions
Brown Bears vs. Princeton Tigers - 3/8/2019 Free Pick & CBB Betting Prediction - https://t.co/fpE6OYbZXc— Razor Ray Monohan (@Cappers_Picks) March 7, 2019
The folks at Cappers Picks are expecting a huge road win out of the Bears. They think Brown will ride the momentum from its recent wins and sweep the regular season series with Princeton.
Princeton vs. Brown - 3/8/19 College Basketball - https://t.co/l9tsGLxEKy— Chris Ruffolo (@CRuffSCP) March 7, 2019
Sports Chat Place
The Sports Chat Place crew likes the Bears to both cover and win as well. Over the last eight matchups, the road team has gone 6-2 against the spread (ATS). Plus, Brown has more on the line, as they are looking to hold onto the No. 4 seed in the Ivy League tournament.
Tony T is expecting the Bears to snag an upset win as well. The Tigers will be playing without their top scorer, Devin Cannady, and Tony thinks it will be too much to overcome.
Overall, we have all three experts taking Brown +5 and all three expecting the moneyline win as well.
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